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Book tree 2019 Great Estimations

Each year, Cross Creek students get to participate in the book Christmas tree estimation contest. Mrs. James, media specialist, constructs a tree made of books and our students estimate how many books are in the tree. This year, Kaleb Colon and Dakota Law, estimated 127 books, which was the exact amount. Kaleb and Dakota each won a goodie bag filled with books and other prizes. Jordan McLaughlin was our teacher winner - she estimated the exact amount also. Congratulations!

Envision grant recipient 2019 Envision Grant Winner

Cross Creek Elementary School is the newest recipient of a $2,000 Envision grant that will allow the school to further develop its outdoor classroom. Plans are to build a gazebo, add picnic tables, a podium and a weather station. Teachers and students will have an opportunity to engage in lessons across the curriculum and conduct experiments in an outdoor environment. Thank you Envision Credit Union for helping our teachers to expand our curriculum and engage our students. Congratulations!

flu shot Flu Vaccine Given in January

We are pleased to announce that the Thomas County Health Department will be coming to your child's school during the month of January to offer the flu vaccine. There will be no out-of-pocket cost for your child to receive the vaccine given during the school flu clinics. If you would like for your child to get vaccinated at the school flu clinic, please click on the link below for more information and to access the consent form: 

Flu Packet to return by January 15, 2018

Google Reference District Thomas County Schools named Google Reference District

The Thomas County School System has been named a Google Reference District. In order to become a reference district, Google must recognize the work being done by a district with G Suite for Education and send an application to the system.  

Thomas County Schools began using G Suite for Education in 2015. Since that time, the district has adopted Google Chromebooks at a rate of one device per student in grades 2-12.  Students in grades 9-12 are allowed to check out a Chromebook for use both at home and at school.

“Adding G Suite tools and Chromebooks in our district has allowed our teachers to do many things that they have never been able to do in the past,” said Erin Rehberg, Digital Learning and Media Services Coordinator for Thomas County Schools. “Technology truly has the power to transform learning by allowing students to easily collaborate, communicate, and create.  Being named a Google Reference District is confirmation that our teachers are using technology to help prepare Thomas County students for their futures.”

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Give-a-way Dictionary Give-A-Way

For the 11th year, the Thomas County Certified Literate Community Program has donated dictionaries to third-graders at Cross Creek Elementary School.  Volunteers Rick Horton, Jonathan Cleveland, Andy Semones, Adrian Burns, Rhea Bershear, Nicole Gatlin, and Dr. Bob Dechman, who represented various local community organizations, visited classrooms and presented dictionaries to each third-grader.

food donation Canned Food Drive

Cross Creek students have been in  the spirit of giving as we collected non-perishable food for the Thomas County Food Bank.  Students from Mrs. Fykes and Miss Taylor's classes helped sort and box up our donations.  Cross Creek collected over 2,000 food items for needy families in the community.  Thank you to all of you who were able to donate to this needy cause.

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